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5 Matching questions

  1. Organ
  2. Cell Membrane
  3. Mummies
  4. Tissue
  5. Sanguine
  1. a A group of cells of the same type.
  2. b Dead bodies that have been preserved using salt and chemicals to keep them from rotting and decaying.
  3. c The wall around a cell.
  4. d A group of tissues that work together to form a special body function.
  5. e A personality that is excitable and full of energy.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Tiny organisms (such as those sometimes found in pigs) that can infect humans and steal nutrients from the person they infect, as well as make the person sick.
  2. What we call it when cells begin to become different from the original cell.
  3. The wrong idea that life can come into existence from nonliving things.
  4. The jelly-like substance inside a cell, in which all the organelles float.
  5. Two letters that we use to refer to the endoplasmic reticulum, which transports chemicals and gets rid of waste in a cell.

5 True/False questions

  1. NucleotidesThese are strung together to make genes.

          

  2. LeeuwenhoekA Dutch scientist who discovered how to magnify things with glass lenses.

          

  3. MelancholyThe study of the human body, all its parts, and how it's put together.

          

  4. CadaversDead bodies.

          

  5. Golgi BodiesA kind of sugar the cell uses.

          

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